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ready for the big game. >> you know, jack and jackie harbaugh actually have been married for 51 years. and they're treating this like a family affair. in fact, their press conference yesterday was less than a press conference and more like thanksgiving at the harbaughs. save me a drumstick, if you will. jack and jackie told us this is the kind of game where they're going to be thinking about the loser more than the winner. >> there's going fob one winner. and there's going to be one that's going to be totally disappointed. and my thoughts go to that one will not experience the thrill of victory. and that's where our thoughts will be. every single parent can identify with that. that thrill of victory. and the agony of defeat. and on sunday night, we're going to experience both of those -- those great emotions. and our thoughts will be with the one that comes up a little short. >> well, i had a chance to ask jackie, are you ready for next year's rematch in new york city when the super bowl's in new york next year? she said, one game at a time, please. obviously, they're already exhauste
kennedy. you can see jackie holding the camera. she took this photo of the three of them as they looked in a mirror. they look so young. photos of jfk and jackie celebrating his 46th birthday in may. other photos there in may of 1963. an important date. this was just a couple of months before he was assassinated in dallas. just look at that. incredible items. tons of photos. letters and signed booked and itineraries and invitations. incredible stuff. >> it is and these items come from the family of david powers. what can you tell us about him and how the items were found after all these years. >> a lot of people were wondering, why now? david powers, let's tell you about him. he was a best friend and special assistant to president kennedy. they workeding to from way back in the early days in 1946 until the day that kennedy died. powers himself died in 1998. these items were locked away until last year when powers' family was getting ready to sell his home. they stumbled upon them. one of the more interesting items we heard about was david powers's itinerary from the day that jfk was ass
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